I ABOVE: Physiotherapy
I students Noela Chase
I (centre) and jill I Thompson (right) ! bought books during J Orientation Week from
Judith McDonald, who is an Arts III student at
RIGHT: Mr. and Mn. Ian Forsyth leave St. Andrew's Church. Moree. The bride was formerly Norma Tom. linson, the only daugh- ter of Mrs. B. Tomlin son, of "Clarendon," Moree, and the late Mr.
L. E. Tomlinson,
WEDDING GROUP. Mr. and Mrs. Ian Rabone, who were married in the garden of the bride's home. "Wonga," Men- dooran, with (from left) Andrew Mackay, Jenny Scott, Peter Poole, Eve Rabone. David Quinn, Robin Alexander, Mal- colm Scott, and Jennifer Lee. The bride was formerly Gay Scott. Ian is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rabone, of
FOUR pretty debu- tantes who were among the 16 girls presented to Monsignor Cronin at the Bethlehem Ex Students Ball at the Australia. They are ( from left ) Jocelyn McFarlane, Denise Mobbs, Carmel Kiss,
and Patricia Dowsett.
PRETTY Jacqueline Hunter (right) offering a programme to »isters Pamela (left) and Yvonne Wyatt at the gala fashion parade at the Troca dero for the 1960 Wool Festival.